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May 2, 2006 Board of County Commissioners Meeting
BCC Meeting 5-02-06

Invocation—District 1

• Pledge of Allegiance

Proclamations

• Presentation of proclamation designating May 4, 2006 as "National Day of Prayer"

• Presentation of proclamation designating the week of May 1 through May 7 as "Law Week"

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Approval of Resolution approving solely for the purpose of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended, the issuance by the Colorado Educational and Cultural Facilities Authority of Adjustable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds, Series 2006 (The First Academy, Inc. Project) in one or more
series at one or more times in the aggregate principal amount not to exceed $14,800,000 to finance among other things the cost of certain projects to be acquired, constructed and equipped by The First Academy, Inc., within Orange County, Florida; approving the minutes of the public hearing held pursuant to the
Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982, as amended; and providing for an effective date. (Fiscal and Business Services) Page 222-228

2. Approval of a Resolution regarding the issuance of Tourist Development Tax Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2006. (Fiscal and Business Services
Division) Page 229-242

3. Appointment of an individual to succeed Robert J. High on the Code Enforcement Board with a term expiring December 31, 2006. (Agenda
Development Office) Page 243-246

B. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. Wildfire Update. Page 247

C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Engineering Services for International Corporate Park Master Pump Stations 3462 and 3461, Request for Proposals Y6-807-PH, from the following three firms, listed alphabetically:
• Neel-Schaffer, Inc.
• Rockett & Associates, Inc.
• Tetra Tech, Inc.
([Utilities Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)
Page 248-252

D. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Orange County School Impact Fee Advisory Group Recommendations. All Districts. (Planning Division) Page 313-335

Presentation of Employee Service Awards to: Jerry N. Marmie (20) Facilities, Administrative Services; Steven E. Barlow (20), Facility Operations, Convention Center; Melvin Pittman (30), Department Office, Sherry Ann Hughley (20), Parks and Recreation, Community and Environmental Services; Wilbert Anthony Wells (20), Community Corrections; Bonnie E. Lucero (20), Health Services; Gregory Wells Furneaux (20), Sarah L. Higgins Williams (20), Michael Lee Swift (20), Joseph L. Rich (20), In-Custody Support, Corrections; Garry L. Needham (30), Michael G. Brandt (25), Michael D. Eller (25), Operations, Fire Rescue; Christopher B. Stone (25), Joseph L. Bourgeau (20), Water Reclamation.

Presentation of proclamation designating the month of May as "Clean Air Month"

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS

April 20, 2006, Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. MSTU/BUs

1. Silver Pines Pointe Phases 1, 2, and 3; amend for retention pond(s)
maintenance and streetlighting; District 6-continued from March 21, 2006

2. Village of Bridgewater Planned Development, amend for streetlighting;
District 1

3. Summerport Phases 1-5, Tennyson Park at Summerport, and Eden's
Hammock; amend for streetlighting; District 1

4. Signature Lakes Parcels 1A, 1B, and 1C; amend for retention pond(s)
maintenance and streetlighting; District 1

5. International Drive Extension Area, amend for streetlighting, District 1

6. Orlando Acres 1st and 2nd Additions, amend for streetlighting, District 3

7. Leawood and J J Kates-Coletta Drive, establish for streetlighting, District 3

8. Windsor Hill Reserve, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and
streetlighting, District 1

9. Palmetto Ridge, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and
streetlighting, District 2

10. Wyndham Lake Estates Unit 1, establish for retention pond(s)
maintenance and street-lighting, District 4

11. Irma Lakes, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting,
District 5

12. Stonebriar Phase 1, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and
streetlighting, District 5

13. Lake Floy; establish for reimbursable operation and maintenance of
aeration system, general lake cleaning maintenance, and plant control;
District 1

14. Holden Heights Phase 2 area, 1st assessment roll for wastewater
connection costs for wastewater system, District 6

B. Board of Zoning Adjustment Board-Called

15. Applicant: Orlando Utilities; Item SE-06-02-002, February 2, 2006; District 4-continued from April 11, 2006

C. Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP)

16. Econ Landing Planned Development-Econ Landing PSP, District 3- continued from March 21, 2006

D. Substantial Changes

17. Applicant: Tina Demostene, South Apopka Vineland Townhomes Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LUP); amend LUP; District 1

18. Applicant: Dan Armstrong, South Apopka Vineland Townhomes Planned
Development-Point Cypress Preliminary Subdivision Plan; amend plan;
District 1

E. Substantial Change

19. Applicant: Jay Jackson, VOA-Nerbonne Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/ LUP); amend LUP; District 1

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

D. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

2. Approval of the Developer's Agreement for Intersection Improvements at the Intersection of Turkey Lake Road and Sand Lake Road to allow a group of eight developers to design, permit and construct intersection improvements in exchange for concurrency pursuant to the Term Sheet reviewed and approved by
the Board of County Commissioners on November 29, 2005. District 1. (Growth Management Department - Road Impact Fee Committee) Page 253-312




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